This tour is an easy and effortless way to discover the wonders of Kratie province. It will bring you in a local Tuk-Tuk to meet the Irrawaddy dolphins, endangered dolphin’s specie in its natural habitat called Kampi in the Mekong River. Along the way to the dolphin pool, you will also have the chance to observe the local way of life, to discover more about the local culture, economy and traditional food. You will also be able to discover and learn about the famous Kralan also known as sticky rice in the bamboo and Naem or fish pace in the village Thma Krae where they are produced . This tour is perfect for the guests who do not have a lot of time on Kratie. With this tour, you can learn and enjoy Kratie and its way of life without lost too much time !
This tour is available in two formats:
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Start of the tour at the time agreed, either early morning or early afternoon at Le Tonle restaurant for a briefing on the tour and depending on the choice of your option meeting with your guide.
You will then go by Tuk-Tuk direction Kampi Dolphin Pool at 15 km north of Kratie Town where you can see the Irrawaddy dolphins, endangered species in their natural habitat. Kampi is the largest dolphin pool in Cambodia and has the largest number of specimens only between 15 and 20 individuals (there are between 80 and 100 Irrawaddy dolphins currently living in Mekong waters). To observe them, you will take a boat driven by a local resident for about 45 minutes (your chance to see them is to 95%).
On the way, you will stop for visit the pagoda to the top of Sambok Hill as well as a 15-minute tour of the village of Thma Krae, which produces the famous sticky rice, an important part of the local economy and culture. (These stops may have places on the way out or on the way back.)
The Tuk-Tuk will drop you at the restaurant Le Tonlé where you can debrief your tour with our team.
End of the tour.